Review: Here Kitty, Kitty! (Magnus Pack #3) by Shelly Laurenston

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Review: Here Kitty, Kitty! (Magnus Pack #3) by Shelly Laurenston

What do you do when you’ve got a hillbilly tiger by the tail? Or maybe the question should be: what wouldn’t you do…

Nikolai Vorislav likes his single life just as it is. Simple, relaxing and quiet. What he doesn’t need is some foul-mouthed Texan hellcat living in his house, eating his food, flirting with his idiot brothers and shooting holes in his home with his granddaddy’s gun. But those long legs, dark eyes and lethal tongue are making Nik insane and he fears he may be caught in the sexiest animal trap ever.

Angelina Santiago doesn’t know how she got from Texas to North Carolina in a night or how she ended up in some hillbilly tiger’s house wearing only a sheet. What she does know is that she doesn’t like good ol’ boys with slow, sexy drawls who can’t seem to stop rubbing up against her. Yet in order to protect her friends, Angie has to stay with a cat who seems hellbent on finding all sorts of delicious ways to make her purr.

Title: Here Kitty Kitty
Author: Shelly Laurenston
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Wolf With Benefits, Bite Me, Bite Me, The Unleashing
Series: Magnus Pack
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Pack Challenge, Go Fetch
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Purchased for Self
Published: July 3, 2007
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 300
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames
Review originally posted March 18, 2011. I do believe this was my favorite book from the series. Oh the hell that Angelina dishes out. Yeah, LOVED this one.
                Angelina has caught a tiger by his tail. Actually said tigers brothers have not only kidnaped her after saving her from hyenas and dumped her in North Carolina, but they rolled dice to see who would get her. I imagine Nik’s brothers are quite the handful. I enjoyed Nik and Angelina’s story. He works very hard to get under her skin and between her sheets. It makes for a great romance. I also enjoyed reading Nik’s family. When I say Nik’s family I am not talking about his Streak (yep tigers do streaks, not packs or prides) his parents and siblings have a large role in this book. I love the mix of humor, erotica, romance, shifters and corny animal jokes that this series gives to us readers. Laurenston has worked this mix very well!
                Here Kitty Kitty wraps up with all three of the crazy girls together again at Sara’s North California home for a big party. I enjoyed reading where the characters from the previous two books have gone in their relationships. This book answers many questions about how the Pack and Pride feud started and who the key players were when it started. This story wraps up in a way that makes it seem like this is the last in the series. Yet it also left some room for more books in maybe a different direction. Nik’s sister was mentioned heavily in this book.  
 Gay Romance

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